Total body TRX workout – just 30 minutes of hard work and you’re done! This workout incorporates different length intervals, quick warm up and longer cool down. Introducing… “Jenna”.
Hey guys! Welcome back to TRX® Thursday!
Today I’m sharing one of the recent TRX class plans with you. Now, I won’t be taking credit for it, not at all. This format (with different length of the intervals) was inspired by an audio workout created by real TRXperts!
If you want more of those, you can purchase them on the official website of TRX Suspension Training.
I absolutely love the varying intervals. I think it’s my favorite format now. LOVE keeping my students guessing what’s coming next and how long it’s going to be 🙂
Here you go!
Total Body TRX Workout – Jenna – 30 Minutes
Well, this workout doesn’t really have a designated warm up. However, the first few exercises have the same duration as I would usually run my warm up, and are pretty close to those I usually use for warm up. Feel free to use them or incorporate a separate warm up of your choice.
This total body TRX workout consists of 2 rounds with 60 seconds break between them. The first round targets mostly lower body and the working intervals are 45 or 30 seconds long with 20 second breaks.
The second round is a mix of the upper body, lower body and core exercises. The intervals here increase to 60 seconds of work and 20 second of rest in between.
There is a 30 second break between the second round and the cool down.
So here are my favorites from this workout:
Kneeling Roll-Out to Triceps Extension
Well, for starters, kneeling roll-out is one of my favorite exercises of all times. Excellent core and arm strength exercise!
This combination with the triceps extension is very logical and comes naturally in this body position. Is it challenging? Hell yes!
My close second favorite in this total body TRX workout is Supine Pull-Trough.
Watch him do it at about 2:12:
So, are you ready for “Jenna”? 🙂
Download your printable .pdf with this class plan: Total Body TRX Workout – 30 minutes – Jenna
So there you have it guys! I hope you enjoy this TRX workout – either on your own or in class.
Have a great rest of your week!
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